Looking for someone with techncal knowledge of sound mixing to help in LotR project

Discussion in 'Fan Audio' started by Connemara, Aug 29, 2005.

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  1. Connemara Jedi Knight

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    Nov 18, 2000
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    No, my LotR pardies still haven't died, the entire dialogue still sits nestled snugly on my harddrive, taunting me with it's incompleteness.

    I have come to the conclusion I am completly and utterly inept at the technical aspects of audio drama, yet, like all theatrical productions, absolutely adore the rest of it. I would love for this to be finished. Everyone who has seen the script has found it brilliant, and I have many many talented voice actors who contributed to this production. I hate for all that to go to waste.

    If there is anyone willing to lend a bit of their time and help me put this together, I would be eternally grateful. Respond here or PM me. Thanks!

    (I hope no one minds me putting this in for a non-SW audio drama, I noticed there was an Indiana Jones one, so I figured it was all right, but I hope I don't offend.)
  2. LLL Jedi Master

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    Jul 16, 2000
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    You're still working on it!!

    Cool!!
  3. Connemara Jedi Knight

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    I'm sorry...do I know you?

    And yes, I am sill hoping to complete it. But until I find someone who can help me, it's a dim hope.
  4. Darthness Jedi Padawan

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    Apr 13, 2005
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    I haven't actually tried doing this, but I'm sure a [link=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tracker]Sound Tracker[/link] would work fine as an audio mixer. There are some free ones available on the web.

    [link=http://www.modarchive.com/software/]This page[/link] has some links to some trackers.

    Here's the good old [link=http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=soundtracker&spell=1]google search[/link].

    If you use a mac, then go [link=http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/3481&mode=feedback]here[/link].
  5. Connemara Jedi Knight

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    Thanks for the links, however what I am looking for here is actually someone who have knowledge and experience using Wavelab or a similiar sound mixing program. :)
  6. Uilmuteiz RSA Emeritus

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    Dec 4, 2000
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    I don't know about wavelab, but I do know Cool Edit which I purchased before it became Adobe Audition.

    I may be able to help you a little bit with sound editing, but I can't do much, I tend to be somewhat busy.
  7. LLL Jedi Master

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    I did that edit for you a while ago.

    (I used to post in here under Scribe88.)
  8. Connemara Jedi Knight

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    Thanks Ul...incidentally, do you remember me from C3? I believe you were one of the SW en Direct broadcasters at the 501st party, right?

    I understand about being busy, though, but lemme know if you know anyone else who might be interested/able to help out.

    And scribe...were you my script editor? The one who wrote um...damn I've forgotten the name of the audio drama but I remember it and I liked it.
  9. sword_of_raditz Jedi Knight

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    Jun 2, 2005
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    Where are your old radio things?
  10. Connemara Jedi Knight

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    What do you mean, raditz?
  11. sword_of_raditz Jedi Knight

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    Do you have any?
  12. Connemara Jedi Knight

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    Have any what? I don't catch your meaning. I have all the dialogue, if that's what you mean.
  13. LLL Jedi Master

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    *falls over laughing*

    Rise of Nobility. Yeah.

    I started another one, about Padme and Palpy a few years down the road, but I started writing this FANFIC, and THE FANFIC IS TAKING OVER!!!

    AAAAAAAaaaaaaaaa!!!!!

    [face_hypnotized]
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